Monday, March 26, 2012

Freezer Stenciling Bunny Shirt


This is a total Old Navy knock off. Thanks for the inspiration Old Navy!

Supplies:
Freezer paper
Iron
Scissors
Fabric Paint
Sponge
Bunny Pattern

Using the pattern {found below}, draw the design out on the matte side of the freezer paper. Cut it out and keep the outline and the inside piece of the ear and eye.


Place the design shiny side facing down on the tee shirt and iron it on {using the cotton setting}.


Grab your fabric paint and sponge and begin to generously dab it on. *Make sure you put a cloth or cardboard inside of your tee shirt to avoid the paint seeping through the layers.


I foolishly used a bright colored shirt and light colored fabric paint. It required numerous coats to completely cover up the pink tee shirt. I recommend using a lighter colored shirt. If you use a light colored tee shirt, it will cover in fewer coats.


When the fabric paint has completely dried, peel up your freezer stencil. Mine turned out cute BUT since it required multiple coats of paint, the bunny is a little on the hard side.


Even though I am fairly certain this shirt could also double as a bullet proof vest, I still think Grace will look cute in it.

*This bunny isn't just for tee shirts...you never know where else he might pop up.


27 comments:

  1. That is SO cute! What a great idea!
    - Hope : )

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  2. Super cute!! I love using fabric paint too for my son's shirts! New followers here! Please come and check us out at shabbygals@blogspot!

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    1. Thanks! I happily checked out your amazing recreations and followed you back :)

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  3. Great idea! I would have never thought to do this. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thanks so much Sherry. It's hard to believe I found something you haven't already crafted with :)

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  4. Oh my goodness, I LOVE this idea and am totally pinning it. This wouldn't be necessarily easy for me, but if you have any super simple projects or tips you'd like to share I'm hosting a link party today with a few fellow bloggers. I'd be great to see you linked up. :)
    http://thespacebetweenblog.wordpress.com/2012/03/27/diy-spring-wreath-painted-with-seaglass-and-driftwood/
    Karah

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  5. This is super cute! I love bunnies!!
    Feel free to share this in my link party! http://toastiestudio.blogspot.com/2012/03/made-monday-13.html

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  6. LOVE the shirt but seriously ADORE it on the pillow!!! :) so so cute! Hoppy Spring!

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  7. Oh - I have been dying to try this stencil method - great to see it really does work! Love this T shirt - will look so amazing on your blonde cutie! Heather @ settingforfour.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks Heather! I am sure you'll whip up something wonderful PB-esque with this technique.

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  8. Love it! I just found freezer paper and I can't get over how well it works. Thanks so much for sharing at Whimsy Wednesdays. Stop back tonight for a bloglovin blog hop. If you're unfamiliar with bloglovin you can find out all about it at www.thenymelrosefamily.blogspot.com/2012/02/i-heart-bloglovin.html.

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  9. Adorable shirt and pillow! I love bunnies and that's such a perfect bunny for stenciling!

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  10. That is the cutest idea!! Love it! Thank you so much for sharing at Thursday's Temptation.
    Jill

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  11. Such a great idea! And a really great tutorial. Seriously, very "easy peasy" to follow ...

    Thanks so much for linking up to our Cinch party!

    :)

    Linda
    www.itallstartedwithpaint.com

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  12. I love this! I always worry about paint seeping through under the stencil! Problem solved.

    Thanks for the inspiration and thanks for linking to our party!

    blessings,
    karianne

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  13. The possibilities are endless - love this idea!!

    So glad you joined our Cinch party.
    Kelly

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  14. So sweet, Amy! I'm going to include a link back in tomorrow's Easter highlights. ;) Thanks so much for sharing!

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    1. Really?!?!? I am thrilled. Thank you so much!

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  15. Thanks for linking up to my party! I wanted to let you know I picked your link to feature this week! See my post and grab my feature button here http://toastiestudio.blogspot.com/2012/03/made-monday-13-picks.html

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